The Aug. 29 Palo Verde vs. Centennial match-up is one of 10 high school football games “you can’t miss,” according to an article in the Las Vegas Sun. Others include Canyon Springs vs. LVHS on Oct. 10 and Foothill vs. Basic on Oct. 17.
Looking for a safe route for your child to walk to school? Visit http://ccsd.net/community/partnership/programs/safe-routes/safe-routes.
Attention motorists: local police say they will be out in full force in the vicinity of area schools with the start of the new school year on Monday, Aug. 25. According to KVVU-TV, “Police will be enforcing traffic laws in school zones and making sure people stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. Another area of concern is school parking lots.”
According to KTNV-TV, school children have made up a third of all pedestrians struck on Clark County roads since 2011. With a new school year starting Monday, law enforcement agencies are stepping up their efforts to prevent pedestrian accidents involving students.
There will be no change in Clark County School District (CCSD) meal prices for the 2014-15 school year.
- Breakfast prices: $1.25 for elementary, $1.50 for middle school and high school
- Lunch prices: $2 for elementary, $3.25 for middle school and high school
The Food Service website at ccsd.net/departments/food-service provides pricing information, menus, nutrition details and other important information. It also includes a link to www.myschoolbucks.com, where you can...More
The Clark County School District (CCSD) is committed to providing a safe, secure and respectful learning environment for all students and employees in all district facilities and school-sponsored events. CCSD responds promptly and takes a strong stance against bullying and cyberbullying. To report a case of bullying, or to learn more about bullying, please go to ccsd.net/students/bully. If you would like to discuss bullying at your child's school, please contact your school principal or...More
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, CCSD’s student enrollment for the start of the new school year is expected to exceed last year’s ending head count by more than 3,000 students. The R-J said, “The district began last school year with a little more than 315,000 students. Monday’s first day of class will mark enrollment growth of nearly two percent over last year.”
The Clark County School District (CCSD) congratulates three exceptional principals who were recently named Nevada's 2014 Principals of the Year by the Nevada Association of School Administrators (NASA) for their leadership in education. Harriet Treem Elementary School Principal Lee Esplin, Frank F. Garside Junior High School Principal Scarlett Perryman and former Chaparral High School Principal David Wilson will be recognized at NASA's annual Fall Conference in November at the Orleans...More
North Las Vegas is among the local municipalities offering Safekey during the school year. The city’s Recreation Department describes the program as a “recreational enrichment program for children, designed to meet the needs of the working parent.” Like other Safekey programs, it corresponds with the CCSD calendar. For details, call (702) 633-1608.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada (BBBSN) is recruiting "Bigs" for its site-based programs at several CCSD schools, including Bracken, McCall, Kelly, Booker, Petersen and Thomas elementary schools. For more information, call (702) 731-2227.